Environmental Policy News in the EU
WWF: UN climate negotiators need to roll up their sleeves to deliver a new global climate deal in Paris
Discussions in Bonn moved along at a snail’s pace
UK government faces legal challenge after failing to protect some of England’s most precious rivers
The British High Court has granted permission for WWF-UK, the Angling Trust and Fish Legal to ...
A new generation of wild sturgeon discovered in the Lower Danube
This stretch of the river still shelters naturally breeding populations.
Earth Overshoot Day: humanity exceeds nature's budget for 2015
In less than eight months, humanity has used up nature’s budget for the entire year, with carbon ...
WWF-France is sad to announce the disappearance of Philippe Germa
WWF are deeply saddened by the announcement of Philippe Germa’s sudden disappearance at sea.
US ahead of EU in efforts to cap coal pollution before Paris climate talks
Today, the United States unveiled new rules to cap carbon pollution from new, modified and existing ...
UN readies historic plan for the well-being of people and the planet
Draft agreement will tackle poverty and improve living standards while protecting the environment
World unites to fight wildlife crime as UN adopts historic resolution
The UN today adopted a historic resolution on wildlife crime.
NGOs launch fishing transparency website identifying 15,264 EU vessels authorised to fish outside the EU
The first-ever EU global fishing transparency website, www.whofishesfar.org shows that 15,264 EU ...
Record breaking number of EU citizens call to protect nature
Almost half a million people called on the European Commission to save Europe’s nature laws in a ...